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ASSOCIATION OF VETERINARY INSPECTORS OF N.S.W. PROCEEDINGS


1979 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Diagnosis of Bacteroides nodosus Infections in Sheep and Cattle
by D.J. Stewart, B.V.Sc., Ph.D., W.D.A. CSIRO Division of Animal Health McMaster Laboratory, Glebe
The differential diagnosis of Bacteroides nodosus infections in sheep is a perplexing problem to the field veterinarian and the inability to readily differentiate between ovine benign and virulent footrot has hampered progress ... Read More

Hereditary Neuroaxial Oedema in Poll Herefords
by F.L. Clark, B.V.Sc., M.A.C.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Armidale
Hereditary neuroaxial oedema is a congenital disease of calves that has been recorded in the United States of America, in Australia and in New Zealand ... Read More

The Epidemiology of Nardoo Poisoning in Sheep
by B.F. Chick, Veterinary Research Officer, Armidale; G.W. Eggleston, Veterinary Inspector, Moree; B.M. McCleary, Biochemist, Biological and Chemical Research Institute, Rydalmere
I would like to take a particular disease investigation, Nardoo Poisoning, and follow through the steps taken in attempting to define the factors involved in the distribution and occurrence of this disease over time ... Read More

The Epidemiology of Brucellosis in the New England Area and Its Relationship to Decision Making
by D.C. Rolfe, B.V.Sc., M.R.C.V.s. Veterinary Officer (Brucellosis) Armidale
The Brucellosis eradication programme in the New England area has arrived at the situation where provisional freedom will be declared during 1979, but, in fact, very little time has been allocated in our thinking to the disease as such ... Read More

Interesting Case Reports
by P.J. Ahrens, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Molong
Observations on Ovine Balanitis and Vulvitis followed by an outbreak of Mucosal Disease... Read More

Anthrax - Pathological Fact and Fiction
by J.V. Evers, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Narrandera
After five years' experience in a District where Anthrax is endemic I have in my own mind a firm concept of the disease and its various manifestations ... Read More

Possible Response to Selenium in Cattle
by K.G. Timmins, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, Cooma
There was no real disease entity apparent in the cattle on this property, but every year during the spring break, there is an outbreak of scouring in yearling cattle ... Read More

Oedematous Condition of Ovine Foetus
by S.N. Carroll, B.V.Sc., M.R.C.V.S. Veterinary Inspector, Yass
The disease manifested itself by affected ewes becoming grossly distended in the abdomen in late pregnancy to the point, in some cases, where the abdominal muscles became ruptured ... Read More

Some Observations on the Destruction or Treatment of Burnt Stock in the Wake of Bushfires
by S.N. Carroll, B.V.Sc., M.R.C.V.S. Veterinary Inspector, Yass
In February 1979 a number of disastrous bushfires occurred within the Yass district, burning an estimated area of 35,000 hectares of grazing and farming country with the loss of an estimated 15,000 sheep and 500 cattle ... Read More


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